Live Q&A - Breaking Down the BRRRR Strategy, Running a Successful Direct Mail Campaign, and Advice for Newbies
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Welcome to this version of the Just Start Real Estate Podcast! I am excited to bring you another replay of my Facebook Live Question and Answer sessions. I just started doing these live forums in April and they are going so well and I am getting such great feedback and questions, I thought I would share them here on the podcast. Especially for those people that are unable to join us live, this will provide an opportunity to hear the awesome questions I am fielding about business, taking risks, real estate, and so much more! Some of the questions have been very real estate specific, but others have been general business questions, like asking about overcoming fear in order to get started and how to successfully scale. I have also received more personal questions like how I decided real estate investing was right for me and the steps I took to get my business off the ground.
This presentation is the live Q&A that I did on September 15th and each week on Thursday we will offer you another chance to take advantage of listening to the answers to our guests’ fabulous and compelling questions! Don’t miss this new episode of the Just Start Real Estate Podcast!
“If you are a woman in this industry and dealing with contractors, you have to stand your ground.”
“Don’t think of yourself as a woman in real estate - think of yourself as a real estate investor and act like you belong there, because you do.”
“The 70% rule is the training wheels of real estate evaluation.”
“Work toward your goal, not away from it.”
“If anyone tells you they have the direct mail piece that is like the silver bullet, they are full of crap.”
“The goal is to make the phone ring with people who are interested in selling their house.”
“I was too hard-headed to get help for a number of years.”
“As soon as I put myself in an environment with people that were doing better than me, and I could ask them questions, I started building a business that could in large part run without me.”